What have YOU been doing for the last ten years?

 

February 4, 2004…

Mark Zuckerberg creates Facebook, ushering in the era of social networking and forever changing how we interact online

November 2, 2004…

President George W. Bush re-elected for a second term

August 23, 2005…

Hurricane Katrina hits the shores of the Gulf Coast, causing an estimated $108 billion dollars in property damage and becoming one of the five deadliest storms in history

Spring-Fall 2008…

Rescue of investment bank Bear Stearns and failure of Lehman Brothers kicks off Great Recession, triggered by risky subprime mortgages

January 20, 2009…

President Barack Obama is inaugurated as the 44th President of the United States and the first African-American to hold the office

June 25, 2009 …

Celebrity gossip website TMZ crashes after news spreads of the death of “King of Pop” Michael Jackson

January 12, 2010 …

Catastrophic 7.0 earthquake hits Haiti, with death toll reaching an estimated 160,000

December 11, 2011 …

Last U.S. troops withdraw from Iraq, formally bringing an end of the war begun in 2003

March 6, 2014 …

Supreme Council of Crimea votes to accede as part of Russia after six decades as part of the Ukrainian state

October 17-18, 2014 …

ASU Law Class of 2004 celebrates their 10-yr reunion!

 

Our paths may have diverged during the past decadebut one constant remains the same: our shared experiences as students at the College of Law. Do you still remember what it’s like to be grilled by Professor Rose during Contracts? Where were you when Professor Berch told his story about how he disposed of the ahem… “contraband” in the evidence locker? Remember Professor Grey’s answer when asked whether an episiotomy can be performed on males? How about Professor Teson’s epic “fall in the hall”? Do you wish you’d spent more time in the basement playing ping pong instead of hours in the library learning how to use books to research cases, only to realize that you would likely never use a book for legal research during your entire career?

 

They say you can’t go home again, but you can always visit. Come join us in Tempe and Scottsdale for a fun weekend of networking and reminiscing with your old friends!